Hockey World Cup: Indian Skipper Sardar Singh Upbeat Despite Two Losses

Sardar Singh felt India put on impressive performances against better-ranked side, despite losing both their group stage games so far.

updated: June 04, 2014 14:14 IST
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The Hague: India's hockey team on Tuesday went about working on the mistakes that led their narrow losses in the first two group league matches of the men's hockey World Cup.

India conceded match-winners to Belgium and England in the dying stages of the preliminary league matches, leaving captain Sardar Singh disappointed not to have secured any point from two competitive games.

"We're put up a very competitive challenge against both Belgium and England, but we fumbled and gave away late goals to suffer defeats," Sardar said after the team's intensive training session on Tuesday.

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